Liechtenstein votes against authorisation of Covid-related restrictions that were no longer in force anyway.
The right-of-centre opposition wins a narrow majority in Sweden, but its task of forming a government may not be straightforward.
A knife-edge result in Sweden sees the right better placed to form government, but it will be a couple of days before final figures are available.
Sweden's voters look set to return a parliament very similar to the last one, which may or may not be enough for its centre-left government to hold on.
Britain gets a new prime minister today with the elevation of Liz Truss to the Conservative leadership. What does it all mean?
The last Soviet leader leaves a legacy that will never be forgotten.
Does Italy's recent experience show populists losing ground to the far right? Or is that a misunderstanding of what "populism" is all about?
A war scare in the Balkans offers a warning against being misled by the force of bad analogies.
Italy's three right-of-centre parties are co-operating to try to win government, but their very different positions on the war in Ukraine may herald a serious problem.
Britain's Conservative Party looks like opting for a leader who, if not herself a populist, will preserve the Brexit-led populist ascendancy.